Kubernetes metrics

Stackdriver Monitoring supports the metric types from Google Kubernetes Engine listed on this page.

To use these metrics in charting or alerting, your Google Cloud Platform project or AWS account must be associated with a Workspace. For more information, see Workspaces.
  • For a general explanation of the entries in the tables, including information about values like DELTA and GAUGE, see Metric types.

  • For information about statements of the form “Sampled every x seconds” and “After sampling, data is not visible for up to y seconds”, see Additional information: metadata.

  • For a set of complete, current lists of supported metric types, see Metrics list.

Kubernetes metrics

Metrics from Google Kubernetes Engine.

kubernetes

Metrics for Google Kubernetes Engine. Some older versions of Google Kubernetes Engine use the container metrics. Launch stages of these metrics: BETA GA

The following metric type names must be prefixed with kubernetes.io/. That prefix has been omitted from the entries in the table.

Metric type
Display name
Kind, Type, Unit
Launch stage
Description
Labels
container/accelerator/duty_cycle
Accelerator duty cycle
GAUGEINT64%
BETA
Percent of time over the past sample period (10s) during which the accelerator was actively processing. Sampled every 60 seconds.
make: Make of the accelerator (e.g. nvidia)
accelerator_id: ID of the accelerator.
model: Model of the accelerator (e.g. 'Tesla P100')
container/accelerator/memory_total
Accelerator memory total
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Total accelerator memory in bytes. Sampled every 60 seconds.
make: Make of the accelerator (e.g. nvidia)
accelerator_id: ID of the accelerator.
model: Model of the accelerator (e.g. 'Tesla P100')
container/accelerator/memory_used
Accelerator memory used
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Total accelerator memory allocated in bytes. Sampled every 60 seconds.
make: Make of the accelerator (e.g. nvidia)
accelerator_id: ID of the accelerator.
model: Model of the accelerator (e.g. 'Tesla P100')
container/accelerator/request
Request accelerators
GAUGEINT64{devices}
BETA
Number of accelerator devices requested by the container. Sampled every 60 seconds.
resource_name: Name of the requested accelerator resource.
container/cpu/core_usage_time
CPU usage time
CUMULATIVEDOUBLEs
BETA
Cumulative CPU usage on all cores used by the container in seconds. Sampled every 60 seconds.
container/cpu/limit_cores
Limit cores
GAUGEDOUBLE{cpu}
BETA
CPU cores limit of the container. Sampled every 60 seconds.
container/cpu/limit_utilization
CPU limit utilization
GAUGEDOUBLE1
BETA
The fraction of the CPU limit that is currently in use on the instance. This value cannot exceed 1 as usage cannot exceed the limit. Sampled every 60 seconds. After sampling, data is not visible for up to 240 seconds.
container/cpu/request_cores
Request cores
GAUGEDOUBLE{cpu}
BETA
Number of CPU cores requested by the container. Sampled every 60 seconds.
container/cpu/request_utilization
CPU request utilization
GAUGEDOUBLE1
BETA
The fraction of the requested CPU that is currently in use on the instance. This value can be greater than 1 as usage can exceed the request. Sampled every 60 seconds. After sampling, data is not visible for up to 240 seconds.
container/ephemeral_storage/limit_bytes
Ephemeral storage limit
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Local ephemeral storage limit in bytes. Sampled every 60 seconds.
container/ephemeral_storage/request_bytes
Ephemeral storage request
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Local ephemeral storage request in bytes. Sampled every 60 seconds.
container/ephemeral_storage/used_bytes
Ephemeral storage usage
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Local ephemeral storage usage in bytes. Sampled every 60 seconds.
container/memory/limit_bytes
Memory limit
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Memory limit of the container in bytes. Sampled every 60 seconds.
container/memory/limit_utilization
Memory limit utilization
GAUGEDOUBLE1
BETA
The fraction of the memory limit that is currently in use on the instance. This value cannot exceed 1 as usage cannot exceed the limit. Sampled every 60 seconds. After sampling, data is not visible for up to 120 seconds.
memory_type: Either `evictable` or `non-evictable`. Evictable memory is memory that can be easily reclaimed by the kernel, while non-evictable memory cannot.
container/memory/request_bytes
Memory request
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Memory request of the container in bytes. Sampled every 60 seconds.
container/memory/request_utilization
Memory request utilization
GAUGEDOUBLE1
BETA
The fraction of the requested memory that is currently in use on the instance. This value can be greater than 1 as usage can exceed the request. Sampled every 60 seconds. After sampling, data is not visible for up to 120 seconds.
memory_type: Either `evictable` or `non-evictable`. Evictable memory is memory that can be easily reclaimed by the kernel, while non-evictable memory cannot.
container/memory/used_bytes
Memory usage
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Memory usage in bytes. Sampled every 60 seconds.
memory_type: Either `evictable` or `non-evictable`. Evictable memory is memory that can be easily reclaimed by the kernel, while non-evictable memory cannot.
container/restart_count
Restart count
CUMULATIVEINT641
BETA
Number of times the container has restarted. Sampled every 60 seconds.
container/uptime
Uptime
GAUGEDOUBLEs
BETA
Time in seconds that the container has been running. Sampled every 60 seconds.
node/cpu/allocatable_cores
Allocatable cores
GAUGEDOUBLE{cpu}
BETA
Number of allocatable CPU cores on the node. Sampled every 60 seconds.
node/cpu/allocatable_utilization
CPU allocatable utilization
GAUGEDOUBLE1
BETA
The fraction of the allocatable CPU that is currently in use on the instance. This value cannot exceed 1 as usage cannot exceed allocatable CPU cores. Sampled every 60 seconds. After sampling, data is not visible for up to 240 seconds.
node/cpu/core_usage_time
CPU usage time
CUMULATIVEDOUBLEs
BETA
Cumulative CPU usage on all cores used on the node in seconds. Sampled every 60 seconds.
node/cpu/total_cores
Total cores
GAUGEDOUBLE{cpu}
BETA
Total number of CPU cores on the node. Sampled every 60 seconds.
node/ephemeral_storage/allocatable_bytes
Allocatable ephemeral storage
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Local ephemeral storage bytes allocatable on the node. Sampled every 60 seconds.
node/ephemeral_storage/inodes_free
Free inodes
GAUGEINT641
GA
Free number of inodes on local ephemeral storage. Sampled every 60 seconds.
node/ephemeral_storage/inodes_total
Total inodes
GAUGEINT641
GA
Total number of inodes on local ephemeral storage. Sampled every 60 seconds.
node/ephemeral_storage/total_bytes
Total ephemeral storage
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Total ephemeral storage bytes on the node. Sampled every 60 seconds.
node/ephemeral_storage/used_bytes
Ephemeral storage usage
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Local ephemeral storage bytes used by the node. Sampled every 60 seconds.
node/memory/allocatable_bytes
Allocatable memory
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Cumulative memory bytes used by the node. Sampled every 60 seconds.
node/memory/allocatable_utilization
Memory allocatable utilization
GAUGEDOUBLE1
BETA
The fraction of the allocatable memory that is currently in use on the instance. This value cannot exceed 1 as usage cannot exceed allocatable memory bytes. Sampled every 60 seconds. After sampling, data is not visible for up to 120 seconds.
memory_type: Either `evictable` or `non-evictable`. Evictable memory is memory that can be easily reclaimed by the kernel, while non-evictable memory cannot.
node/memory/total_bytes
Total memory
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Number of bytes of memory allocatable on the node. Sampled every 60 seconds.
node/memory/used_bytes
Memory usage
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Cumulative memory bytes used by the node. Sampled every 60 seconds.
memory_type: Either `evictable` or `non-evictable`. Evictable memory is memory that can be easily reclaimed by the kernel, while non-evictable memory cannot.
node/network/received_bytes_count
Bytes received
CUMULATIVEINT64By
BETA
Cumulative number of bytes received by the node over the network. Sampled every 60 seconds.
node/network/sent_bytes_count
Bytes transmitted
CUMULATIVEINT64By
BETA
Cumulative number of bytes transmitted by the node over the network. Sampled every 60 seconds.
node/pid_limit
PID capacity
GAUGEINT641
GA
The max PID of OS on the node. Sampled every 60 seconds.
node/pid_used
PID usage
GAUGEINT641
GA
The number of running process in the OS on the node. Sampled every 60 seconds.
node_daemon/cpu/core_usage_time
CPU usage time
CUMULATIVEDOUBLEs
BETA
Cumulative CPU usage on all cores used by the node level system daemon in seconds. Sampled every 60 seconds.
component: Name of the respective system daemon.
node_daemon/memory/used_bytes
Memory usage
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Memory usage by the system daemon in bytes. Sampled every 60 seconds.
component: Name of the respective system daemon.
memory_type: Either `evictable` or `non-evictable`. Evictable memory is memory that can be easily reclaimed by the kernel, while non-evictable memory cannot.
pod/network/received_bytes_count
Bytes received
CUMULATIVEINT64By
BETA
Cumulative number of bytes received by the pod over the network. Sampled every 60 seconds.
pod/network/sent_bytes_count
Bytes transmitted
CUMULATIVEINT64By
BETA
Cumulative number of bytes transmitted by the pod over the network. Sampled every 60 seconds.
pod/volume/total_bytes
Volume capacity
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Total number of disk bytes available to the pod. Sampled every 60 seconds.
volume_name: The name of the volume (e.g. `/dev/sda1`).
pod/volume/used_bytes
Volume usage
GAUGEINT64By
BETA
Number of disk bytes used by the pod. Sampled every 60 seconds.
volume_name: The name of the volume (e.g. `/dev/sda1`).
pod/volume/utilization
Volume utilization
GAUGEDOUBLE1
BETA
The fraction of the volume that is currently being used by the instance. This value cannot be greater than 1 as usage cannot exceed the total available volume space. Sampled every 60 seconds. After sampling, data is not visible for up to 120 seconds.
volume_name: The name of the volume (e.g. `/dev/sda1`).

This metric data was last updated at 10/17/19 20:47:48 UTC.

هل كانت هذه الصفحة مفيدة؟ يرجى تقييم أدائنا:

إرسال تعليقات حول...

Stackdriver Monitoring
هل تحتاج إلى مساعدة؟ انتقل إلى صفحة الدعم.